Lela Soto Sordera Flamenco Group
Lela Soto Sordera, voice
Salomé Ramírez, dance
Nono Jero, guitar
Luis de Perikín, percussion
Dolores Carrasco, dance, clapping
Radio Slovenia and Association EPEKA, Soc. Ent. are organising a concert of a Spanish flamenco group in order to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the show Amare Droma/Naše poti.
Lela Soto was born in 1992 in Jerez de la Frontera (Spain) and is the youngest heiress of the legacy of Los Sordera, one of the most important Flamenco families. Her father, Vicente Soto “Sordera”, a Flamenco legend, and her mother, Luisa Heredia, dancer, have inspired in her the essence and love for flamenco. In her childhood she began to sing at family fiestas and events, where she showed her beautiful voice and natural tuning. In addition to her orthodox flamenco roots, Lela Soto imbues her music with a more avant-garde flamenco. Her voice reflects various influences, including jazz, blues, salsa or R&B, through artists such as Whitney Houston or Beyoncé. Lela Soto has been invited by some of the most important Spanish artists to participate in their recordings or tours, including Alejandro Sanz (recording and tour of “No es lo mismo”), Pitingo (tour of “Soulería”), Niña Pastori (recording and tour of “Ámame como soy”), Navajita Plateá, Los Cherokee, Diego del Morao, or several shows and recordings with her father, Vicente Soto “Sordera”, and La Casa de Los Sordera. Lela Soto has recorded several songs that have been successfully broadcast through digital platforms.
Organised by: EPEKA, Radio Slovenia Program 1